Fred DINE INK Pen Utensil Set, Set of 3
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- For all of those late nights and work through lunches at the office; we often work where we eat
- Here are the essential multitasking office tools you have been waiting for; a set of ordinary stick pens that does double duty as handy dining utensils
- They'Re food-safe, reusable and they will stand-up to the rigors of general Tsao's chicken
- Bon appetite, cubicle captive, eat away as you scribble and write with brilliance
- You get 3 pens, with both original caps and utensil caps
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Putting in the overtime and eating at your desk again? well here are the essential multitasking office tools you have been waiting for - a set of ordinary stick pens that does double duty as handy dining utensils. They'Re food-safe, reusable and they will stand-up to the rigors of general Tsao's chicken. So bon appetite, cubicle captive! you get 3 pens, with both original caps and utensil caps.
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I've been using the utensils at work for a week, and they definitely work well -- and they got a good laugh from my students and colleagues. It's worth noting that the knife is not meant for cutting meat. (This is what steak knives are for, so I couldn't have cared less that the knife spun around on the pen when I was trying to cut a turkey tip, since I was exerting a lot of pressure. I did end up still using the knife to cut the tips, though; it just took a little work and I probably won't try that again.) But the knife works fine as a spreader or to cut other items, like vegetables, sandwiches, lasagne, etc.
These items are stronger than the small, white plasticware that accompany fast-food meals, but aren't so strong as the clear plastic "heavy duty" plastic cutlery I get from B.J.'s. That's okay, BECAUSE THEY'RE PLASTIC TIPS ON BALLPOINT PENS.
Long story short, these are fun (and funny) novelty items that are a great value for their price, and happen to work well, too.